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Description: example of how to use debugger class
Class: debugger
give you debug messages with verbose levels
Author: By
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Date: 12 years ago
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<html>
<body onLoad="document.forms[0].num.focus();">

<font face='arial,helvetica,sans serif' size=2>


<table width=500 align=center><tr><td><font face='arial,helvetica,sans serif' size=2>
When you put debug messages in your code, you should mark them as level 0 if they are very important.
If they are only notices or not very important, mark them with a higher number. The debug class will show you 
all debug messages that are marked with a number less than the reporting threshhold you enter in the box below.
</font></td></tr></table>

<form action=<?=$PHP_SELF;?> method=get>

<center>
<b>Enter debug verbosity level you want (0-10):</b> <input type=text size=2 name=num>
<input type=submit value=Enter><br>
<i>Entering zero squelches out more messages<br>
   Entering a high number lets you see more messages</i>
</center>
</form>

<?

$num = intval($num);

require("debugger.php");
$dbg = new debug ();

$dbg->add_message("0 could be a panic debug message - for something fatal", 0, __LINE__, "/bla/". basename(__FILE__));
$dbg->add_message("2 could be a debug message for something important", 2, __LINE__, "/bla/". basename(__FILE__));
$dbg->add_message("4 could be debug message for something like a warning", 4, __LINE__, "/bla/". basename(__FILE__));
$dbg->add_message("debug level 4 message without line number or filename", 4);
$dbg->add_message("6 could be a warning or mere notice", 6, __LINE__, "/bla/". basename(__FILE__));
$dbg->add_message("8 could be a message you may not always care to hear", 8, __LINE__, "/bla/". basename(__FILE__));
$dbg->add_message("10 could be a message you want to keep quiet most of the
time", 10, __LINE__, "/bla/". basename(__FILE__));
$dbg->add_message("debug level 10 message without the filename", 10, __LINE__);
$dbg->report($num);

?>

<p>
<center>
<a href=dtest.phps>Source code</a>, this file<br>
<a href=debugger.phps>Source code</a>, debugger.php
</center>
</font>
</body>
</html>